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help needed

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Wera6, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Wera6

    Wera6 New commenter

    It is something that too many teachers don't understand - so good luck explaining to parents!
    You could try just showing that a flat level equals a given point score. It is only the flat level that the DfE is interested in.
    But add that fine levels are an easier way for teachers to see that progress is being made.
    I don't envy you the task at all.

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